King'S College Summer Accommodation
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... suitcases for me and, in so doing, missed his own train! And everywhere you go you hear Spanish spoken. It's as if it is the second language here.
I also learned that just because a shop advertises that they have something in stock, doesn't actually mean that they have it in store! Really?! "Yes, but, we can always get it for you online"?!! Some things are ridiculously expensive. It was cheaper to buy a whole new set of underwear than it was to go to a laundromat! Yet so ...
... Coach station at around 0730 and jumped off so quick I left my havianas from Brazil that I loved on the bus taking my tally to two items left on buses on the trip (not realising until we got to Tim’s place). We made the couple 100m walk to the underground station, grabbed our oyster cards for 5pounds and and jumped on the underground for the half hour trip to the Barbican. We approached the last stop and the train had a few people on ...
... rubbing shoulders with rubbernecking tourists and well-heeled shoppers, mostly in Arabic garb.
The Natural History Museum, an outstanding building next to the V&A in Knightsbridge. The exhibits themselves are interesting and geared very much to interactive, educational learning opportunities for children of all ages. The dinosaur display had attracted families and children in their hundreds, this being the start of the ...
... original Art Gallery was opened in 1886 but was almost destroyed during 'the longest night' of the Blitz in 1941. Much of the collection had been moved to an underground store but several hundred works of art were destroyed. The collection is made up of Victorian Art, historical paintings of London and Dutch 17th century masterpieces. The London paintings cover the City's past including some of the more dramatic events such as the Great Fire of London of 1666.
... ship) , past the Clink Prison, to the Globe Theatre and the Tate. A great walk through a very interesting and little known , to me, area.
Found a bus and got back to Victoria ,bought Tshirts for the grandsons and tired and footsore headed back to Clapham.
What a day. I still love London, even if it has changed from our time here in the 80's. It's still a magnificent city, full of history and charm. You just have to work a little harder to find ...